I currently have 3 tanks. Here they are, although the photos and basic information about them may not be current:

150 gallon RES turtle tank :
The home of two pet red ear slider turtles, Rex and Cinderella. They have wooden basking and underwater basking platforms. They are accompanied by whatever live feeders and anacharis I put in there with them. Photos as of August 6, 2009. See a guided tour of my turtle tank.

5.5 gallon planted tank :

Home of guppies. I control the animal population by way of transfer to the turtle tank – yes, I feed my pet turtles live guppies. Plants include anubias, anacharis, java fern, twisted java fern, Christmas moss, and crypts. Photo as of June 12, 2009.

1 gallon betta / dwarf african frog jar :

Not really an aquarium, but it is. It’s the home of a betta and dwarf African frog, Chicken and Cow. I’ve added an anacharis to help with water quality.


  1. this is too small a frog is better suited to shallow water with plenty of plants and hiding space and larger length

    1. agreed, more is better. Fortunately it has the minimum requirements to properly house a dwarf African frog